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The stud that the clutch is held on has broken off flush with the clutch housing - howe do I extract it to replace it and secure the clutch so I can use the saw again ?

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You Cannot Fix This Problem.You Will Have Too Tear It Apart And Replace The Crank.Your Best Bet Is Too Buy A New One.

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If the stud you need to remove isn't broken & you can access all the thread try this trick.
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Now grab a second nut that fits the stud.
Now place one of the spanners on the stud followed by the first nut.
Screw the first nut down the thread so you can put on the second nut.
Screw the second nut down untill its flush with the end of the stud.
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Next tap the front nut with a hammer.A good tap.
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